REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


This page is part of a prototype web-based CAMRA guide to Gloucestershire pubs.
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& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
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MORETON-IN-MARSH

BELL INN  See Map
High Street, GL56 0AF
SP2046332550
Sat Nav: 51.991020,-1.703403
A429
Tel. Moreton-in-Marsh (01608) 651688
Fax: 01608 652195
e-mail:info@thebellinnmoreton.co.uk
website:http://www.thebellinnmoreton.co.uk/
SHARP'S Doom Bar (H)
STROUD Tom Long (H)
GUEST BEER Four Ales Not November-March  (H)

Old High Street pub, pleasantly
refurbished. Three separate areas, one
with real fire. Good variety of food.
Courtyard and enclosed garden.

(Moreton)
2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


BLACK BEAR INN  See Map
High Street, GL56 0AX
SP2050032500
Sat Nav: 51.990569,-1.702867
A429
Tel. Moreton-in-Marsh (01608) 650705
DONNINGTON BB (H)
DONNINGTON SBA (H)

Busy two-bar town centre pub, parts of
which date back 300 years with a very
active poltergeist called "Fred". Paved
courtyard for outside drinking. Aunt
Sally. Good home-made food.

(Moreton)
2008
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


INN ON THE MARSH  See Map
Stow Road, GL56 0DW
SP2040632123
Sat Nav: 51.987183,-1.704258
On A429, at south end of town
Tel. Moreton-in-Marsh (01608) 650709
MARSTON'S Pedigree (H)
GUEST BEER Three Ales (H)

This pub was once a bakery, but became
licensed premises in 1870. This charming
pub is a rare outlet in the area for
Marston's beers. Baskets hanging from
the rafters is a reminder of Moreton's
basket weaving past. There is a small,
comfortable bar and a large, attractive
conservatory with a dining area. The
decor and atmosphere are reminiscent of
an Amsterdam 'brown' cafe where the
Dutch game of Schoolen can be played.
There is a standard menu complemented by
an ever-changing and popular list
specialising in oriental food. All meals
are reasonably priced, with vegetarian
options (no food Monday evening). Within
the garden area, competition for nesting
sites is at a premium between the
resident ducks who live on the pond next
door - this place is not called
Inn-on-the-Marsh for nothing! Guest
beers from the Marston's stable.

(Moreton)
2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


MANOR HOUSE HOTEL  See Map
High Street, GL56 0LJ
Tel. Moreton-in-Marsh (01608) 651481
Fax: 01608 651481
e-mail:bookings@cotswold-inns-hotels.co.uk
website:http://www.cotswold-inns-hotel.co.uk/
HOOK NORTON Hooky (H)

Three-star hotel bar.


2004
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


REDESDALE ARMS HOTEL  See Map
High Street, GL56 0AW
SP2044332392
Sat Nav: 51.989600,-1.703703
A429
Tel. Moreton-in-Marsh (01608) 650308
website:http://www.redesdalearms.com/
WICKWAR BOB (Brand Oak Bitter) (H)
WICKWAR Seasonal (H)

Well appointed town hotel with all the
usual facilities. Real Ale in Archway
Bar from Wickwar, including the house
beer. Wood panelled drinking areas. Live
music every Thursday.

(Moreton-in-Marsh)
2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


SWAN  See Map
High Street, GL56 0LL
A44
Tel. Moreton-in-Marsh (01608) 650711
Fax: 01608 650813
website:http://www.swanmoreton.co.uk/
SHARP'S Doom Bar (H)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (H)

Large bustling town pub in the centre of
Moreton. Good value food served all day
and a carvery on Sunday.

(Moreton)
2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


WHITE HART ROYAL HOTEL  See Map
High Street, GL56 0BA
SP2040032300
Sat Nav: 51.988774,-1.704335
Corner of A429 & A44
Tel. Moreton-in-Marsh (01608) 650731
Fax: 01608 650880
website:http://www.whitehartroyal.co.uk/
WICKWAR BOB (Brand Oak Bitter) (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

Quiet and friendly bar and part of a
private hotel that was originally a 16th
century coaching inn. Once a refuge of
Charles I. Beers all from Wickwar.


2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 17/09/2017